Two recent studies shine light on how the federal government and employers, respectively, could improve how they respond to future crises.
Research shows that supervisors who expressed care and compassion to employees at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic elicited gratitude beneficial to the employee and organization.
Operation Warp Speed's plan to distribute the COVID-19 vaccines looked good on paper. So why didn't it work as expected? Chad Meyerhoefer explains.
Goodman Center for Real Estate at Lehigh Professor Loren Keim says anecdotal evidence suggests most commercial real estate sectors are healthy, some booming.
What went wrong (a lot), what went right (vaccine development and distribution plan), and what lessons must we learn from the federal government's response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
What are the biggest risks looming for the supply chain in the first quarter of 2021? Zach Zacharia discusses the latest Lehigh Business Supply Chain Risk Management Index report.
What's hot this holiday shopping season? Buying online, gifts for home, and COVID-19 luxury face masks.
A new study suggests that changing how U.S. political leaders, public health officials, and policymakers communicate about the COVID-19 pandemic could help bridge the partisan divide between how conservatives and liberals respond to it.
Vistex Institute for Executive Education at Lehigh University College of Business provides high impact, short duration live online programs for working professionals.
Research suggests that employees are willing to go above and beyond expectations at work during a significant crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. And their managers can play a critical role in that.